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. google has settled a long-term dispute with french media companies over the internet giant's right to use content that it didn't produce. in a deal signed by the president and google boss, google will set up an $82 million fund to help old media adapt to the digital age. publishers in germany are still involved in a similar dispute. after four years of leading the u.s. state department, today hillary clinton formally turned into her resignation. speaking to her staff one last time, she issued her thanks and ended them to carry on their -- encouraged thome carry on their work for the -- them to carry on their work for the country and the president. how will she be remembered? the bbc's state department correspondent looks back at her legacy. >> she's one of the most recognized and respected women in the world. after four years as secretary of state, hillary clinton leaves the job with close to 70% approval rating. >> i am going to miss it. i'm going to miss the people i worked with here, i'm going to misrepresenting my country when that blue and white plane with the united states of americ
the ninth time in history the dow has closed above that illusive 14,000 mark. google has settled a long-term dispute with french media companies over the internet giant's right to use content that it didn't produce. in a deal signed by the president and google boss, google will set up an $82 million fund to help old media adapt to the digital age. publishers in germany are still involved in a similar dispute. after four years of leading the u.s. state department, today hillary clinton formally turned into her resignation. speaking to her staff one last time, she issued her thanks and ended them to carry on their -- encouraged thome carry on their work for the -- them to carry on their work for the country and the president. how will she be remembered? the bbc's state department correspondent looks back at her legacy. >> she's one of the most recognized and respected women in the world. after four years as secretary of state, hillary clinton leaves the job with close to 70% approval rating. >> i am going to miss it. i'm going to miss the p
, it's getting to me. what we find out about a new chinese tax up off of google earth as opposed to a traditional process come you have to raise the question of how much we see the types of things we need to see. that doesn't get to the question of human, what networks we have on the ground, how we work with allies who are concerned but i think the best analogy that most of our allies in the asia-pacific hurt concerned with front yard and their front door of a to the street in intersection, they're not concerned about the troll and intersection. they want to make sure no one comes in around eight and it's a problem because we have presumptions that a lot of the reasons we had the treaty with japan, were not worried about an amphibious aid in japan. it's hard to drive the mayor. so that's the type of things that need to focus on, which goes towards building a community of interest we can leverage another race. >> are going to wrap things up. let me take my colleagues of you and the rest arrested at the policy series. we've got health care on tuesday, economic realities and priorit
, google is now bringing you the grand canyon to you with more than 9,000 extraordinary 360-degree panoramic images including the famous meteor crater. look at the gorgeous pictures captured by a street trekker, which can function in location only accessible by foot, and google plans to take the trekker to more unique location around the world. i am guessing that you have been to the grand canyon by this point? that is a gorgeous way to get the there. >> if you can't go there, it is a better way to see it, but the better way to go there is to go there. >> it is beautiful and one of my favorite places, wolf. >> me, too. >>> it was exactly ten years ago today that space shuttle "columbia" broke apart killing all astronauts on board. we will talk to the widow of the commander of the shuttle next. ♪ [ male announcer ] every car we build must make adrenaline pump and pulses quicken. ♪ to help you not just to stay alive... but feel alive. the new c-class is no exception. it's a mercedes-benz through and through. see your authorized mercedes-benz dealer for exceptional offers through
in january, vice president biden appeared in a google fire side hangout on gun violence with newshour's hari sreenivasan. >> what's your interpretation of the second amendment? >> my interpretation is the second amendment is an individual right. >> suarez: such events happened last december during the fiscal cliff negotiations. when president obama visited a family in northern virginia to prod congress to act. his republican opponent complained about the strategy saying the president is more focused on talk than on action. this was senate minority leader mitch mcconnell two weeks ago. >> well, i'd suggest that one thing the american people don't want is a permanent campaign. the that's the last thing the american people are looking for is a permanent campaign. they want us to work together on solutions to our problems and deficits and debt are right at the top of the list. so i'd like to suggest this morning that the president rethink the adversarial tone he's adopted in recent weeks. >> brown: but the white house is pressing ahead. today's event took place at the same time a top republican-
create new jobs. google wasn't poached somewhere. it was homegrown in california. i think perry is trying to cover up from his declining poll numbers and recover from the fact that california beat his state in new jobs in 2012 but, oops, i forgot. come on, he's a dope and an embarrassment to my state. california has a longer life expectancy, higher per capita income and my state of texas, my beloved state under texas has gotten poorer, sicker, and we die younger. he's got a lot to do at home before he complains about california. >> gee, it can't be that bad because texas is leading the nation in job creation and, by the way, california actually -- you know how many people have moved out of california, taxpayers in the last decade? nearly 400,000 taxpayers and they take $30 million with them. that's why california is not a great place to create business. >> he created twice as many jobs as texas. >> i want to give jerry brown the credit. he's trying to address the problem there. but texas has the lowest taxes as any state. california has the highest. what kind of environment do you want to
looking backwards and backwards and backwards until they find it? why won't google or other marketing firms buy this information, hire people to access your data over your objections. what are are stalkers now going to do? it's open is season. now, your car tells where you are going be, where do you live, all kinds of information and you don't have anything you can do to stop them because the feds are requiring this information to be made available. >> shannon: i'm a big fan of the fourth amendment. might need a warrant in there some where. always glad to see you. thank you for coming in to tell us all about this. >> thanks for having me. >> shannon: all eyes on new orleans that plays host to the super bowl there will be plenty of time to soak up new orleans culture. arthel went back to her hometown to give us an insiders look at one unique group. >> mardi gras indians have a long storied trace gallagher degree orleans. tradition in new sylvester francis may not want to be an end yan but you he is keeping their history alive by displaying suits donated to him since 1999. >> the word g
google it. >> you al gore are doing business with this country that is enabling your ultimate foe of climate change. >> i think i understand what you are getting at. >> it seems eric the only friend al gore has is his mess sues. >> why do you say that? >> i think al-jazeera means 100 million shares of my own. >> how many moneys of millions of dollars. he pulled the wool over everybody's eyes. >> how is it a bad week? >> what is wrong with making $100 million in a deal. what's wrong with that. >> because he's a hypocrite. >> time-out. time-out. i said from day one on this show five or six times on this segment i have no problem with him selling current tv for 100 billion in he wants to. he came up with the idea he sold it. my problem is all of the money he made in investing climate is funding companies that were getting a lot of money from the government in green energy loans money that probably wouldn't have gone to those problems -- >> if cat wasn't working nobody is buying these chicken wings. they are too hot. >> they are super spicy but they are good. >> everyb
a new chinese attack sub, or ballistic missile site, often google earth as opposed to a traditional process. you have to raise the question of just how much we are releasing the types of things we need to see. that doesn't and get to the question of human, what type of networks we have on the ground, how we are working with our allies who are also very concerned with, i think the best analogy is that most of our allies in the asia-pacific are concerned with their front yard. and their front door. and when they get out to the streets and intersections, that's what they want the u.s. to police. they're not concerned about the current the intersection industry. i want to make sure no one comes inside their own gate. it's a problem because we have presumptions that a lot of the reasons we have, for example, the treaty with japan. we are not worried about an amphibious invasion of japan. we want japan to take a more active role in the intersection. so that's the type of thing we need to focus on i think for that intelligence which goes towards building the community interest that we can
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